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Obenshain backed by 59 Virginia sheriffs

State Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrisonburg, who is running for attorney general on the Republican ticket, picked up theContinue Reading [→]

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Warner deals with last “piece of unfinished business” after 2008 economic meltdown

Housing finance is the “last piece of unfinished business remaining after the 2008 economic meltdown,” U.S. Senator Mark R. Warner, D-Va. saidContinue Reading [→]

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Obenshain unveils first TV ad in AG race

State Sen. Mark D. Obenshain of Harrisonburg, the Republican candidate for attorney general, today released the first television ad of the 2013 race.Continue Reading [→]

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Terry talks Medicaid and budget; Ken expands on plans for “at will” state employees

Democrat and Republican candidates in the race for governor Wednesday clarified their responses two key issues facing their candidacy.  Continue Reading [→]

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Herring attacks Obenshain over Consol Energy contribution

The two candidates for attorney general are in disagreement over a $15,000 campaign contribution to Mark D. Obenshain, the Republican nominee, fromContinue Reading [→]

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Northern Virginia Technology Council endorses Herring

State Sen. Mark R. Herring of Loudoun, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, today received the endorsement of the Northern VirginiaContinue Reading [→]

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UPDATED: New poll shows support for Sarvis in Virginia governor’s race

Gubernatorial candidates Terry McAuliffe, Ken Cuccinelli and Robert C. Sarvis

Gubernatorial candidates Terry McAuliffe, Ken Cuccinelli and Robert C. Sarvis

Less than 50 days to Election Day, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe holds a slight three percentage point lead over Republican nominee Ken Cuccinelli, while Libertarian nominee Robert C. Sarvis has the backing of seven percent of likely voters. The Quinnipiac University poll released today showing the major political party candidates apart 44-41 percent, is the first that has included Sarvis.Continue Reading [→]

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McDonnell’s private spokesman departs

Rich Galen, the spokesman for Gov. Bob McDonnell’s private legal team, is leaving that role effective Friday. Galen, who hasContinue Reading [→]

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Mobile justice tour slated for Richmond

A tour intended to raise awareness of social justice issues and help felons regain their voting rights will stop TuesdayContinue Reading [→]

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Northam talks education, attacks opponent

State Sen. Ralph S. Northam, the Democratic candidate for lieutanent governor, today rolled out his ideas for strengthening Virginia’s publicContinue Reading [→]

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Obenshain touts measures to protect children from predators

State Sen. Mark D. Obenshain, the Republican candidate for attorney general, today unveiled a number of proposals designed to crack down on childContinue Reading [→]

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Cantor presses case for military force in Syria

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-7th, continued to make his case in support of military force in Syria this morning,Continue Reading [→]

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RGA gives another $1 million to Cuccinelli camp

The Republican Governors Association has pumped another $1 million into GOP gubernatorial nominee Ken Cuccinelli’s campaign coffers, bringing its supportContinue Reading [→]

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Jackson and Northam campaigns crank up the heat

The campaigns of Sen. Ralph S. Northam of Norfolk, the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, and E.W. Jackson, his Republican opponent, todayContinue Reading [→]

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Herring unveils cyber safety plan

State Sen. Mark R. Herring of Loudon, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, today touted his plan to protect Virginians’ personalContinue Reading [→]